Facsimile ed.: photolithographed plates, the size of the originals (ca. 22 x 16 cm.), printed in black and uncolored. 100 numbered copies of this facsimile in printed wrappers were issued by John Pearson in 1877. William Muir did not issued a facsimile of Jerusalem from his "Blake Press" at Edmonton, since this one had already appeared (cf. Keynes) Topics: Blake, William, 1757-1827, Manuscripts, English
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"Beside their aboriginal and intuitive expressiveness, these woodcuts possess another source of charm, — in the poetical and pictorial richness of their subject matter, which offered no temptation to allegory, yet appealed to the artist's faith and native delight in Arcadian simplicity. The motives were simple and highly congenial, and in realising them Blake seems to have drawn on the happy and serene memories of his stay at Felpham, on the Sussex coast, the only years of his life not... Topics: Illustration Of Books -- England -- 19th Century, Wood-engraving -- England -- 19th Century, Blake,...
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Sculpture, Ancient, Sculpture, Reproductions of Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=bOkaAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8